A Live-Action Kim Possible Film is in the Works


The original animated series follows Kim Possible, a teenager torn between her life as a high school student and a professional crime fighter. Almost eleven years after the series finale aired in 2007, Disney is already in the process of casting the titular character, a high school girl who leads a secret life as a crime-fighting, James Bond-esque secret agent with the help of her friend Ron Stoppable, his naked mole-rat Rufus, and computer whiz Wade Load. In a very positive sign for the project, original Kim Possible creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley are writing the script along with Josh Cagan (The DUFF). The action-packed show ran from 2002-2007 and featured the voice talents of Christie Carlson Romano as Kim, Will Friedle as Ron Stoppable, Tahj Mowry as Wayne, and Raven-Symone as Monique.

Disney Channel announced the news yesterday, with a tweet asking followers who they'd love to see play Kim.

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Kim Possible featured a "typical high school girl" who happens to save the world when she's not in school. Stein and Zach Lipovsky are set to co-direct and co-produce the film, and it will be a part of the Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) series.

Obviously the next Kim Possible!

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Disney's Kim Possible is making a return, but this time she's got the big screen in her sights. McCorkle, Schooley and Zanne Devine, who produced or executive-produced over a dozen feature films including "I, Tonya" and "Easy A", are executive producers. Just like the recent revival of That's So Raven, Variety reports that Kim Possible is also being brought back, but with a fun twist.

With all the TV reboots coming down the pike in 2018, it was only a matter of time before beloved Disney Channel shows started getting the same treatment.

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Most importantly, hopefully a live-action Rufus (voiced by The Simpsons' Nancy Cartwright) is not terrifyingly creepy.